You’ve decided to remodel! A good plan can help insure that the end result is everything you’ve been wishing for – beautiful, enjoyable, useful, comfortable, healthy and energy efficient.
Mystic River Building Company’s years of experience and skill give us a unique ability to maintain the integrity of your existing home, while transforming it to meet your current lifestyle needs. Our goal is to achieve beauty, function and high performance that give you years of enjoyment, comfort and savings.
We can create a stunning addition for your growing family, a dramatic space for family gatherings and entertaining, a creative facelift for an outdated kitchen or bath or an inspired makeover that will simplify your life and lead to years of satisfaction.
Integral to a successful remodel are the ideas we will offer early in the planning stage for energy-saving improvements. This makes it easier and less expensive to incorporate these improvements during construction.
Remodeling with energy efficiency in mind will increase the comfort and health of your home and deliver big savings year after year by reducing your energy and water bills.
As Certified Aging In-Place Specialists, we can also make remodeling recommendations to allow you to continue to remain in your current home — simply, safely and comfortably.
We understand the delicate balance between merging the old with new. Custom design details and finishing touches are essential elements of a historic home remodel. Careful consideration must be given to the period in which the property was built, present day functionality, as well as possible future use and maintenance. Remodeling an historic home not only requires sensitivity towards design and the architectural history of the home, but also an understanding of the logistics involved in obtaining approvals.
Mystic River Building Company successfully restored a circa 1870 home in Mystic and a 1940 brick home on Mason’s Island. MRBC was recognized with a state HOBI Award, “Best New Old Remodeled Home” for the painstaking remodel of an historic saltbox in North Stonington and an addition, which we seamlessly melded with the original home.